BREAKING LIMITS 12

BREAKING LIMITS 12

Published Monday, 24th April 2017

This past weekend saw Breaking Limits 12 light up the Greenock Town Hall. The crowd were electric and the card was stacked. We can’t think of a better way to spend a Saturday night!

 Following up on their impressive wins at our Airdrie event two weeks previously, both Davey Blaze and Aaron Echo fought their way to victory in their matches against Chris Ridgeway and Liam Thomson, respectively. With such a strong showing from both men, either competitor would be well placed for a shot at the PBW Heavyweight Championship. Fans will just have to wait and see if PBW management feels the same way.

 Despite a fantastic effort from Stevie Xavier & Kenny Williams, the PBW Tag Team Championships still left Greenock firmly round the waists of Krieger & Lou King Sharp. Having been warned prior to the show that any count-outs or disqualifications would still result in the titles changing hands, the duo changed up their tactics from previous shows. Unfortunately, they were no less underhanded and a double low blow secured them the victory once again.

 In one of the most anticipated match-ups of the night, WWE UK’s Wolfgang and Pete Dunne battled it out in front of a delighted Greenock crowd, proving to everyone why they are being seen across the world. Wolfgang was as popular as ever, although Dunne also garnered the crowds admiration, despite showing them nothing but contempt.

 One of the most popular victories of the night saw Lucha DS finally manage to pick up the win over Jack Jester in his home town. While Jester’s experience initially saw him take control in the contest, he simply couldn’t keep Lucha down. As Jester increasingly lost his temper, Lucha saw his opportunity and managed to secure the victory with a quick roll-up pin.

 Next on the card was a highly entertaining bonus match; proof that you can never be sure quite what to expect at a PBW show in more ways than one! Saqib Ali took on returning former PBW Champion, El Ligero, with all kinds of antics ensuing. Even senior referee, Sean McLaughlin got involved, rolling Ali up for a 3 count before business resumed as usual. Ligero managed to defeat Ali, but suffered a beat down after the bell had rang. 

 BT Gunn’s second title reign is proving to be just as successful as his first as he once again saw off two of the country’s top talents to retain his PBW Heavyweight Championship. The fast-paced triple threat match was a thrilling end to a great show, with our Greenock fans delighted to see their  champ retaining.

 PBW would like to thank our fans in attendance for making the show another great success. Pictures by the talented Mr David Wilson will be online shortly, and the entire show will be available to purchase on DVD in the coming weeks.

In the meantime, keep an eye on our website and Facebook page to see where we are headed next. Our next Greenock show will take place on November 11th 2017.

 FULL RESULTS

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